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  • News: United Airlines uses iPads to make cockpits paperless

    United Airlines is joining the “paperless flight deck” revolution, announcing Tuesday that it is distributing 11,000 iPads to United and Continental pilots to replace bulky paper navigation charts in the cockpit.

  • News: iFixit's Dozuki aims to reinvent online manuals

    The geniuses of disassembly, documentation, and delightful wit behind iFixit have targeted a new tool that needs improvement: online manual and knowledge base content management. Their new project, Dozuki, lets companies use the CMS behind iFixit to build own colorful guides with step-by-step instructions.

  • News: iPhone 5 Expected to Have Dual-Mode Capabilities

    The latest iPhone 5 rumors say the next iteration of Apple's smartphone will almost certainly be a CDMA/GSM dual-mode “world phone.” An unidentified iOS device has popped up in the usage logs for at least one popular iOS app sporting identifiers that suggest the device can run on CDMA and GSM networks. The unknown device is running iOS 5 and is believed to be the iPhone 5, according to TechCrunch.

  • News: RIM announces three new BlackBerry Curve smartphones

    Research in Motion announced three new BlackBerry Curve smartphones running the latest BlackBerry 7 mobile operating system with its faster Web browsing experience.

  • News: Cisco aims for a go-anywhere router

    Cisco Systems made its fortune selling routers for the cores of enterprise and service-provider networks, but now the company is sending its technology farther from those cozy confines than ever before.

  • News: Google patches critical bug in Windows Chrome

    Google on Monday patched 11 vulnerabilities in Chrome, including one of the rare bugs the company has deemed critical in its browser.

  • Video: Video: RIM plans BlackBerry music service

    RIM is planning to launch a BlackBerry music service, but the company doesn't plan to compete with other services such as Spotify and iTunes.

  • News: Microsoft readies app submission process for Mango

    Microsoft will release a detailed overview of the Mango app submission process later on Tuesday, the company said in a blog post, as it prepares to release the first major update to Windows Phone 7.

  • News: HP CEO Apotheker flies to London in urgent bid to bolster company reputation

    HP chief executive Leo Apotheker has embarked on an important set of meetings with investors in London and the US, in a bid to boost the company’s reputation after its controversial decision to abandon the PC market and to buy UK software firm Autonomy at a significant premium.

  • News: Veeam Backup & Replication targets scalability for virtualised environments

    Veeam has launched Backup & Replication v6, targeting increased scalability for businesses protecting their virtualised infrastructure.

  • News: Micro Focus abandons private equity takeover talks

    Micro Focus, the Berkshire-based software firm with customers including Tesco and HSBC, has walked away from takeover talks with private equity firms.

  • News: Microsoft to co-develop cloud products with Chinese OS firm

    Microsoft said on Tuesday it will work with a Chinese operating system developer to create cloud computing products for the country's market, a move that could help the U.S. company sell to China's government agencies.

  • News: Is Your CRM Business Process Really a Workflow?

    CRM systems offer workflows, approval processes, and other business process enforcement features. But it's not always clear which feature you should use, and overly strict enforcement mechanisms cause big user satisfaction problems.

  • News: Glassboard takes social networking private

    Sharing, as many of us we were taught back in kindergarten, is caring. But especially in this new age of social networking that shouldn't mean you should have to share with--or care about--everybody all the time. Sepia Labs's new iPhone app, Glassboard, is aimed at giving users the ability to share information with just certain people.

  • News: Portland General Electric tries smart security monitoring

    Why Portland General Electric deployed Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) technology and what they've been able to accomplish as a result.

  • News: AT&T expands its mobile app services

    AT&T has expanded its mobile application services for businesses, offering up a fully-managed service for building apps on various mobile platforms and storage of the apps in AT&T's cloud.

  • News: The decline, further decline and collapse of webOS

    WebOS wasn't really a bad operating system; it was more just an operating system that never had a purpose.

  • News: Cloud Computing: More IT Leaders Turn to SaaS ERP

    In 2006, Epec Engineered Technologies found itself in a situation familiar to many in corporate IT. With a series of business acquisitions behind it, the New Bedford, Mass.-based manufacturer of printed circuit boards, battery packs and other electronic components needed to replace multiple ERP systems with a single platform capable of supporting the entire organization.

  • News: How to join the gold rush for mobile apps

    As demand surges for apps to run on iOS, Android and whatever operating system will power the next wave of smart mobile devices, companies are facing a dearth of mobile development talent. For IT professionals with programming skills, that gap represents a fresh opportunity to embark on a career makeover.

  • News: 'It's Alive!' Says HP Exec of WebOS

    HP may be out of the tablet hardware business but, it's holding on to its software presence in the market. "The WebOS is not dead," declares Stephen Dewitt, senior vice president of Palm, which is owned by HP.



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